Sponsor: O.C. Tanner

The Next Generation Of Assessments

Predicting performance, predicting turnover, predicting aptitude - hundreds of factors are at play in great hiring decisions.

When validated pre-hire assessments entered the employment space, they promised to bring scientific validity and reliability to what was previously an error filled intuition-driven process. They gave invaluable insight into the core competencies and traits using legacy assessments required for job success, so managers could focus their time on candidates they know can excel at the job.

Today, pre-hire assessments have evolved beyond their legacy standardized-testing roots to measure those critical competencies faster, more accurately, and in a way that enhances the candidate’s experience.
View Now

The 2020 Candidate Experience Playbook

Over the past 4 years, HireVue surveyed more than 1.5 million candidates to get their perspective on the candidate experience.

And, we've put this feedback into action, providing step-by-step instructions for every step of the candidate experience, from jobposting to job offer.

IN THIS EBOOK, LEARN:

  • What makes a good vs. great job description (that also earns 3x more qualified applicants)
  • How to compress a 2-month hiring process into just days
  • How to properly measure and track new candidate experience initiatives
  • Why organizations like T-Mobile and Delta Air Lines consistently win awards for their candidate experiences.

Download the playbook now to see how leading brands such as T-Mobile, Urban Outfitters, and Delta Air Lines create exceptionalcandidate experiences using video interviewing — and what you can do to join them.

View Now

AI For Hiring: The Buying Guide

We’ve seen an incredible amount of press, content, and opinions develop around AI. Analysis seems unanimous: AI is here to stay, and it’s here to make an impact. The question remaining is: how?

This buying guide assumes very little artificial intelligence know-how. We’ll walk through some definitions around AI and machine learning, explore the importance of data, and provide a brief explanation of model-building.

View Now

Create a thriving team culture with years of service awards: A guide for leaders

It’s that simple. Of all the experiences a person has at work, interactions with leaders have a disproportionate impact on how someone feels about their job, for better or worse. Peak experiences at work—those emotional highs that help people bond with the organization— are created by savvy leaders who know how to encourage, mentor, and motivate others.

Strong leaders know how to shape positive experiences that connect employees to purpose, accomplishment, and one another.

But such leadership skills need to be learned. Not every employee who is promoted to a management position has the experience or know-how to motivate and inspire people through great employee experiences. Leaders must be taught specific skills to move from being producers of great work themselves to influencing the great work of others instead. Employee recognition, including the skillful presentation of years of service awards, is an easy way for leaders to create memorable experiences that inspire greatness.

Get Whitepaper

Your Essential Guide to Building a Recognition Program

Workplace cultures that help people thrive begin with employee recognition. When done right, recognition improves the quantity and quality of peak experiences at work— experiences that help people reach higher, accomplish more, and want to stay. Use this guide as a framework for creating an employee recognition program that connects people to purpose, accomplishment, and one another.

View Now

5 revolutionary ways to improve your workplace culture

A great culture attracts people to your organization—both customers and employees. It helps employees thrive. It empowers them to do great work. It creates a place of innovation and collaboration. A positive culture connects employees to purpose, accomplishment, and one another.

Get Whitepaper

5 revolutionary ways to improve your workplace culture

A great culture attracts people to your organization—both customers and employees. It helps employees thrive. It empowers them to do great work. It creates a place of innovation and collaboration. A positive culture connects employees to purpose, accomplishment, and one another.

Get Whitepaper

Your Essential Guide to Building a Recognition Program

Workplace cultures that help people thrive begin with employee recognition. When done right, recognition improves the quantity and quality of peak experiences at work— experiences that help people reach higher, accomplish more, and want to stay. Use this guide as a framework for creating an employee recognition program that connects people to purpose, accomplishment, and one another.

View Now

Create a thriving team culture with years of service awards: A guide for leaders

It’s that simple. Of all the experiences a person has at work, interactions with leaders have a disproportionate impact on how someone feels about their job, for better or worse. Peak experiences at work—those emotional highs that help people bond with the organization— are created by savvy leaders who know how to encourage, mentor, and motivate others.

Strong leaders know how to shape positive experiences that connect employees to purpose, accomplishment, and one another.

But such leadership skills need to be learned. Not every employee who is promoted to a management position has the experience or know-how to motivate and inspire people through great employee experiences. Leaders must be taught specific skills to move from being producers of great work themselves to influencing the great work of others instead. Employee recognition, including the skillful presentation of years of service awards, is an easy way for leaders to create memorable experiences that inspire greatness.

Get Whitepaper